Librivox recording of Roughing It by Mark Twain. Read by John Greenman. Roughing It is semi-autobiographical travel literature written by American humorist Mark Twain. It was authored during 1870–71 and published in 1872 as a sequel to his first book Innocents Abroad. This book tells of Twain’s adventures prior to his pleasure cruise related in Innocents Abroad.(Wikipedia) For further information, including links to M4B audio book, online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or... Topics: librivox, audiobook, adventure Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910), better known as "Mark Twain," left Missouri in 1861 to work with his brother, the newly appointed Secretary of the Nevada Territory. Once settled in Nevada, Clemens fell victim to gold fever and went to the Humboldt mines. When prospecting lost its attractions, Clemens found work as a reporter in Virginia City. In 1864, Clemens moved to California and worked as a reporter in San Francisco. It was there that he began to establish a nationwide... Topics: Law, Mines and mineral resources, Business
- [v. 1-2] Autobiography. - [v. 1.] The adventures of Tom Sawyer. -[v. 2.] The innocents abroad. - [v. 3.] Pudd'nhead Wilson. - [v. 4.] The American claimant. - [v. 5.] Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court. - [v. 6.] Roughing it. - [v. 7.] Life on the Mississippi. - [v. 8.] The mysterious stranger. -[v. 9.] The adventures of Huckleberry Finn. - [v. 10.] The gilded age. - [v. 11.] A tramp abroad. -[v. 12.] What is man? - [v. 13.] Following the equator. -[v. 14.] Tom Sawyer abroad. - [v.... Topics: Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431, Voyages around the world, Christian Science